Production constraints have left Apple with no choice but to postpone the launch of its M3 chip Mac until 2024, Chinese media outlet TechWeb reports. Apple had been planning to mass produce M3 chips in the second half of this year using TSMC’s 3nm process, but will now have to wait longer for the chips to come online. The California-headquartered brand’s iPhone 15 Pro is set to feature 3nm-manufactured A17 chips but is still expected to be released in September of this year. Compared to the currently dominant 5nm process, the 3nm process will reportedly increase speed by 10% to 15% on the same power consumption, or decrease power consumption by 25% to 30% for the same speed. [TechWeb, in Chinese]